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Chapter 8: March 9, 2007


This week, Chapter 8 including: Daniel confronts an Internet-happy student; Daniel talks with the two Petes; Andre Fontaine breathlessly calls Daniel; Fire at Petra Borschart’s house; Eric Cameron is collared; Daniel watches the news and assesses the damage; Angus writes in his diary in Papau New Guinea.

Comments are invited right here on the blog or send me an e-mail to tfallis@gmail.com. Thanks for listening. Next week, Chapter 8.

The great music featured in the podcast is by Jon Schmidt and is called Winter Serenade. It is available from the Podsafe Music Network. My friend Roger Dey provides the voice that opens the podcast. The photo at the top of the blog page was taken by, and is used with permission from, Mr. Ron Boisvert

5 responses to “Chapter 8: March 9, 2007”

  1. Jaye Sunsurn says:

    I’ve been listening for sometime now and I have to say this chapter had me howling… I do appreciate however that the viewpoint of our dear Daniel was one of Tolerance, but its still nice to see a chink in the armour of someone portrayed as Eric has been. Three days left before the election, and Angus when he finds out, is going to need more than a shot or two of the good stuff. Thanks for the wonderful podcast it has quickly become the one I most look forward to each week. -J

  2. Did not see that coming at all. I was walking the dog and laughed out loud!

  3. Terry Fallis says:

    Thanks Jaye and Daryl for your gratifying comments. We’re nearly at the end of Part 1 so thanks for hanging in.


  4. Jon Hoel says:

    Hey Ter,

    Great episode as always.

    Last week, a celebrity journalist announced she will be running against our Prime Minister in his not-so-safe seat (riding) in Sydney, Australia.

    Some say she is in with a chance, others say it is planned as a strategic distraction… I think it is just the thing for your next novel! Hope you can come over and visit…

  5. Terry Fallis says:

    Hey Jon. Sounds like a great premise although some might think it’s a bit too far-fetched! Truth really is stranger than fiction…

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